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My name is Benji Hutchinson I'm the Vice President for Federal Operations for NEC Corporation of America here in Washington. DC The Federal Government is using biometric technology in a number of ways today. Some of the biggest challenges they face are, Immigration Boarder Security Homeland Defense and Transnational Criminals. They are using the technology to support their operations in all these use cases. So NEC is partnered with federal agencies to deploy this technology in a variety of ways. We work with our customers to ensure their requirements are properly implemented in the technology, and then make sure that the technology meets the needs in the field. Specifically for facial recognition, we've deployed the technology in a number or boarder security scenarios. Mainly at the southern boarder for pedestrian exit. We've also deployed the technology in airports at ports of exit for air travel. Face recognition enhances security and safety in all aviation spaces. It also improves the customer experience, specifically in safety and security. It helps to meet the biometric mandate that was mandated by congress after 9/11. That's the biggest challenge that customs and boarder protection faces today. And we've worked closely with them in a number of pilots across the United States. We've deployed some of our technology to eight different airports to support that mission set. So It helps the Federal Government determine whether or nor travelers have overstayed their visa. It also helps to determine whether or not no unsuspected terrorist are trying to move through aviation spaces. Both of those are strong use cases for how the technology can help stop some of these criminals from their activities. Face recognition enhances the customer experience throughout the entire aviation space. One concept that we talk a lot about at NEC is the unified biometric key. And this is the concept where face recognition can be deployed from reservation to destination. And what this does in an aviation space is it creates a frictionless, seamless environment. That is also safe and secure. It'll allow passengers to move more freely through these spaces without all the seams. When you check in you could theoretically check in using your face instead of your boarding card. So you don't have to take anything out of your pockets. Then you can drop your bags off, and then you can move to your security check point. And then you can potentially move to a VIP lounge, all using your face in different check points across the airport. And then when you finally leave the airport at your gate, you'll also use your face instead of the boarding pass. And it allows you to be much more seamless, much more frictionless, and it creates a better customer experience over all. One of the most exciting things about face recognition technology today the level of customer adoption. Sixty four percent of surveyed passengers prefer biometric technology in all travel activities. And it creates a much more peaceful environment for the customer. Thank you for your time today and to learn more please go to necam.com/ars

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BenjiConnectID_V4_070118

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